Whether they’re intending on it or not, the New York Football Jets are tanking. It may be disguised as a competitive rebuild, but make no mistake, this isn’t a team that is actively trying to win this year. If you for some reason disagree with me, just watch their final play of the game on Sunday:
“So much for razzle dazzle.” The announcers talked about how to defend the upcoming Hail Mary attempt, suggesting that the Panthers throw some of their tallest and most sure-handed players deep downfield, mainly Devin Funchess. The Jets elected to throw a quick hitter to Jermaine Kearse, who dove for a first down instead of starting some schoolyard bullshit with either Robby Anderson or Josh McCown trailing close behind him.